This tool allows the user to upload photos to the OneDrive web-service.
OneDrive is a file hosting service. It enables registered users to share and synchronize their files.
The tool can be used to upload a selection of images from your collections to the remote OneDrive server using the Internet.
OneDrive file storage is currently limited to host only files with a size lower than 4Mb.
When accessing the tool for the first time by theCtrl+Alt+Shift+O menu entry, you are taken through the process of obtaining a token which is used for authentication purposes. The following dialog will popup and a browser window will be launched you will log in to OneDrive:
After successful sign-up digiKam will be allowed to send photos to the OneDrive website.
Then, simply authorize application and close the web browser. Return to the host application dialog, you will see the interface used to upload photos to OneDrive.
By default, the tool proposes to export the currently selected items from the icon-view. The + Photos button can be used to append more items on the list.
With the Album options, you can select the online folder to store files to upload. You can Create new one and Reload the list on the combo-box if online contents have been changed in OneDrive web interface.
If the Resize photos before uploading option is selected, the photos will be resized before transferring to OneDrive. The values will be read from the JPEG quality and Maximum Dimension settings, which can be used to adjust the maximum height and the compression. The width calculation will be done so as to have the aspect ratio conserved.
Press Start Upload button to transfer items. You can click on the Close button to abort the uploading of photos.
Finally, you can view the uploaded photos by visiting the OneDrive website.